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An investigation has been launched after a 48-year-old man was attacked in Glasgow.
This Extinction Rebellion activist was removed after living in a tree for two days to prevent its felling. The protester had camped in a hammock 50ft from the ground to protect a 600-year-old oak tree that stood near Peterborough, Cambs. According to the Peterborough City Council, the tree was felled on Wednesday 29 June because its roots were causing structural damage to nearby houses.
The Queen shared a joke with the Duke of Buccleuch at the Palace of Holyroodhouse on Thursday afternoon as she was presented with a gift from the historic Reddendo parade.
In his 40-year career, Tom Cruise has never had a movie make a billion dollars... until now.
Jos Buttler said he had been given the "greatest honour" after being named as England's new white-ball captain in succession to "inspirational" World Cup-winning skipper Eoin Morgan.
Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey has said she would "prefer that people didn't have abortions" - but added that the law in the UK was not going to change. Ms Coffey spoke to Sky News' Beth Rigby Interviews about her opinion on the issue after the US Supreme Court overturned the long-held Roe v Wade legal precedent that has for decades safeguarded access to terminations in America. Ms Coffey backed that position, telling Sky News: "We don't need it because we already have legislation that provides access to abortion."
The headset has a new look, updated specs and is coming to the PS5
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SCHOOLCHILDREN have been awarded for their environment-themed artistic efforts.
The Royal Family spent more than £100m last year.
Sir Cliff Richard says it is a “shame” that Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu have been knocked out in the second round of Wimbledon. The singer and tennis fan is attending matches at All England Lawn Tennis Club today.
Even accepting the government’s argument that the process was above board, it doesn’t pass the pub test
A driver pulled over for an expired MOT was found to have drugs in his system and subsequently arrested.
The decision comes with a wave of state-level lawsuits to block ‘trigger’ bans and anti-abortion laws after Supreme Court guts constitutional right to abortion
Climate protesters have glued themselves to the frame of a painting in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and spray-painted their logo on the walls and floor of the building.
A council clerk’s £160k scam began after home extension uncovered a Roman road and the cost of the renovation works ballooned.
Reviled by Beijing and dismissed by London, a group of local advisers tried and failed to ensure the interests of Hongkongers would be protected after 1997
Ries has been overshadowed by his master, but the pianist/composer had plenty of talent – and ego – of his own, as these chamber works show
Deputy chief whip quits over grope claims Zahawi seeking 9pc pay rise for teachers to avert strike threat Brexit won't be overturned for a generation, says Blair Lord Frost: Energy rationing inevitable without net zero rethink Ukraine war: 18 dead in Russian missile strikes on Odesa
Deputy Chief Whip has written to Boris Johnson following an incident at a Tory Party private members’ club in London’s Piccadilly